I have four of your drawings on my wall and this would easily be my favorite were one of them not a commission I asked of you of a character I created. I think it shows an incredible range of technique insofar as the emotions displayed by the characters. I adore the Red Queen—not simply because she looks gorgeous—but because I think you've captured a majesty of the character that I've never seen before. The other characters are fantastic as well. I don't know what Alice is looking at but it seems like it might be something out of the most gory displays in Dexter or a horror movie. The White Hare and Cheshire Cat would look out of place were this not a scene that invites the sort of range you've expressed here—I think it's absolutely appropriate that they are more comic and exaggerated than the other characters in the story. And the Mad Hatter—well, I don't know exactly what he's thinking but he sure looks devious.
I've dinged you one star on originality only because this is not an entirely original scene. I don't know if that's appropriate because I do think it's an original interpretation of these characters, and a fantastic one at that. I thought it was worth explaining.
My only complaint with this is not one that I think is easy to fix, and not one I would recognize were this thing not on my wall to my right. There is a richness to the colors in the print that I don't see in the image above. Perhaps that's because it's a JPEG, perhaps that's because it's on a monitor rather than in print, or perhaps there's something you could actually have done about it. For this reason I think anyone who enjoys the image as much as I do should try to get a print of it, because the print is even better than this.